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Ask any Cubs fan to put a price on the team's first World Series in 108 years, and they'll tell you that's impossible. The victory season was priceless.

Okay, but the city of Chicago can. According to the Chicago Tribune, the Cubs will pay $388,000 to repair damages to Grant Park, the site of the Cubs' victory parade. A chunk of this fee will be used for "grading, aeration and the addition of topsoil and sand" to the park, which is missing grass in a handful of areas.

The Cubs' victory parade included an estimated 5 million people, making it roughly the seventh-largest gathering of people in written human history. But none of those people will be paying the price, which for reference, is a little bit more than one 2016 Jake Arrieta start ($345,161).

The Cubs actually didn't pay the highest Grant Park toll this year. The annual music festival Lollapalooza owed $453,000 this summer. However, that music festival took place over four days, not a few hours.

Oh well. You can't put a price on Anthony Rizzo crying about David Ross.


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